AJSI

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Australian Journal of Social Issues (AJSI)

The AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ISSUES is published by the Australian Social Policy Association to provide an inter-disciplinary forum for debate on significant and controversial social policy issues. It deals with questions of social justice as most broadly defined. Articles discuss particular social issues, review conceptual problems, present empirical studies and debate policy alternatives. The journal is editorially independent of the Association and the universities to which editors and contributors are affiliated.  From 2017 publication of the journal will be managed by Wiley, see further details below.

Peer Review

AJSI is a fully peer reviewed journal, indexed in Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), ISI Thomson Scientific Index and by the Australian Public Affairs Information Service (APAIS).

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Please note that from 2017 Wiley will manage the publication of the journal. 

You can access it via Wiley's online library, or refer to this brochure for information regarding the AJSI's aims and scope and how to sign up for content alerts.

For information regarding future subscriptions please contact them on:

Direct Customers:

Email: cs-journals@wiley.com,

Tel: Americas (toll free) +1 800 835 6770
Tel: Europe, Middle East & Africa +44 (0)1865 778315
Tel: Asia Pacific +65 6511 8000

Subscription Agents:

Email: cs-agency@wiley.com

Americas:
Tel:+1 781 388 8597

Europe, Middle East and Africa:
Tel:+44 (0)1865 778054

Asia Pacific:
Tel:+65 6511 8200

Our Team

Editors

Boyd Hunter, Australian National University

Deirdre Howard-Wagner, Australian National University

Matthew Manning, Australian National University

Associate Editors

Myra Hamilton, University of New South Wales

Cameron Parsell, University of Queensland

Kelly Richards, Queensland University of Technology

Peter Smith, Monash University

Production Officer

Gabriel Wong, Australian Social Policy Association

Editorial Board

Janeen Baxter, University of Queensland

Bruce Bradbury, Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW

Bettina Cass, Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW

Alison McClelland, Productivity Commission

Bill Martin, University of Queensland

Jan Pakulski, University of Tasmania

Peter Whiteford, Crawford School, ANU